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to expect. >> reporter: it's never as quiet in downtown baltimore as it is right now after those cars have been running all day and now they have stopped for the night. you can expect changes including possibly not as many people as there were last weekend. however, the supporters say the fact that the city and group were able to make it happen against long odds still has to be considered a victory. the noise level won't be any different. the experience might be. this year it's a game of managing expectation was predictions that attendance won't be as high as last year's 150,000. it's to be expected, the race on baltimore group came together and saved the race just a few months ago. >> we will see six thousand i think. >> a small dip in numbers and i think that will happen. we gave them one hundred days and look what they did. >> reporter: naysayers had to wrong they say. >> by sunday the street also be packed. >> reporter: he expects business to speed up through the weekend. >> the businesses is fantastic. we paid our rent in two shifts last year. i don't know who you have been talkin
. >>> braking news from baltimore county. an elderly couple killed inside their home. >> he see you him walk down the street. >> a first grader onto wrong bus and he was forced to walk alone. the full story. >> and 75 today. when will be look at more 80's? abc 2news starts right now. >> we start with a breaking news update out of baltimore. an elderly couple found dead. >> no suspects right now. let's go to christian. >> reporter: yeah. neighbors say a younger man had been living with that couple not far from pikesville. police say there were no signs of forced entry in to the house. they are looking for that younger man tonight. the investigation lasted late into the evening with photographs being taken inside the well kept home. two people were killed here, an elderly couple, neighbors say they were in their 80s. >> reporter: earlier a neighbor called police after getting a call from a regularrive -- a relative of the couple. >> we looked in the window, saw a man on the floor. officers made forced entry in to the home to check it out. found a female in the basement. >> r
tomorrow if the situation changes. >>> another great night in baltimore. oh, yeah? let's show you these pictures. great for rolling down the windows and hear the crowd in camden yards a minute ago. will it stay nice? well wyatt everhart has some good news for you,. >> you're always the good guy when weather is this good. >> you're a great guy. >> i'll take it. we'll get that first cold blast. anyway, take a look at the temperatures outs there. so comfortable, 72 in the city, refreshing 67 in the apilous, dover at 6 -- in in apilous. 63 in dover. it's clear right now. but a new front is on the move coming out of the northern plains and arriving in the upper midwest back through iowa. this line of showers is likely to impact us. i'm thinking friday afternoon, evening, if we're going to get showers, that's when we'll see them. but in the meantime it doesn't get much better. overnight, great sleeping weather. we'll talk about how things are developing coming up. >>> tonight two people in maryland have now died from the west nile virus. that's two out of 25 reported cases. symptoms res
the complaint about the baltimore city fire department. that launched the investigation that landed sean white in jail. >> paramedics are often the first line of defense. the patient is cared for in an ambulance before reaching a doctor at the hospital. but according to a police report, it didn't go that way for sean white back on september 8th. the 31 year old responded to reports of a drunk woman at an apartment. she was not combative, but white began to ram her in the stretcher and lifted her by the neck and smashed her body in the headrest. the people that live here are finding out. >> if that was my mom i would be upset. >> a lot of times they have to put up with all kind of behavior. >> reporter: marvin johnson says he sees the medics here. >> a lot of them get belligerent and arrogant, try to instruct the paramedic how to do his job. >> reporter: a camera outside the building verified the original complained filed by white's colleague. the report says it shows him distressed inside the ambulance the report says the victim started to mouth off and white responded by slapping her across t
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